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Daily Slop: Fletcher A Finalist For ‘Bart Starr Award’; Whom might Redskins eye at Senior Bowl?

London Fletcher earns second-team All-Pro honors - The Insider
Washington Redskins inside linebacker London Fletcher has earned second-team honors on the NFL Associated Press All-Pro voting after a season that saw him lead the league in tackles.

Whom might Redskins eye at Senior Bowl?
With Saturday's news that Mike Shanahan will be headed to Mobile to coach the Senior Bowl, a quick look at players committed to the annual all-star game uncovers one quarterback the Skins might be interested in the draft's later rounds.... Boise State's Kellen Moore.

Fletcher A Finalist For ‘Bart Starr Award’
Athletes in Action has announced Redskins linebacker London Fletcher as one of the three finalists for the 2012 Bart Starr Award, which recognizes one NFL player for outstanding character and leadership in the home, on the field and in the community.

'Shananigans' on SNL
Barkley is peddling his own smartphone app called the, 'Charles Barkley Post Game Translator,' you know for all those times you need to decode the nonsense spewed in post-game pressers. Sir Charles, naturally, keeps it 100% (real). At one point he explains Redskins' head coach Mike Shanahan's crimson hue is a newly acquired condition...

NFL Calendar: There is no offseason - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what is ahead between now and the start of the 2012 season: Jan. 15—This is the last day for underclass players to declare for the NFL draft. Most Redskins fans focus on juniors at the top of the draft like Robert W. Griffin III and Justin Blackmon. But the more underclassmen enter the draft, the deeper the...

Carriker Hopes To Return to Redskins
"I think the longer we’re together, the better we’ll be," Carriker said.

Top Five: Redskins plays in the playoffs | Kevin Dunleavy | Cheers & Jeers | Washington Examiner
Remember playoff football? In Washington, it requires age and a long memory to compile the Redskins' most unforgettable plays in the playoffs (Super Bowls excluded).

McNabb an expert on locker room issues
After he was released by the Vikings, Jay Harris asked McNabb what he has to offer a team these days. McNabb replied veteran experience,but he also said he isn't a cancer in the locker room. Pretty bold word, one that was often used to describe Albert Haynesworth.

Redskins' rookies already displaying plenty of class | Washington Examiner
2011 draft produced lots of talent

Usual NFC East suspects on All-Pro Team - NFC East Blog - ESPN
The Associated Press has released its annual All-Pro Team, and the NFC East has four players on the first-team roster and three on the second team.

The Sports Fix: Joe Gibbs
Joe Gibbs joins The Sports Fix to talk Redskins

RG3 to make NFL Draft decision Tuesday
Sunday, former Redskins' GM Charley Casserly, reported that Robert Griffin III will make an official decision on whether or not he will enter the NFL Draft as early as Tuesday.

Tim Tebow, Demaryius Thomas lift Broncos to surprising win over Pittsburgh Steelers - Peter King -
Not the greatest weekend for start-to-finish drama, but the Denver-Pittsburgh overtime thriller made up for those earlier 21-, 17- and 22-point playoff games. Let me get some of the news of the weekend to you first, then get on to the dramatic non-game story of the weekend: the fight to beat tongue and throat cancer by veteran referee Tony Corrente, who worked Detroit-New Orleans Saturday night.

Demaryius Thomas: I’ve got one of the best stiff-arms in the NFL | ProFootballTalk
Ike Taylor found it out the hard way on Sunday: Demaryius Thomas likes the stiff-arm. Thomas, who caught a Tim Tebow pass on the first play of overtime, stiff-armed Taylor and raced to the end zone for an 80-yard touchdown to lead the Broncos over the Steelers, said after the game that the stiff-...

Here Comes the Run | NBC4 Washington
For Giants, better late than never.

Why The Steelers Lost To Tim Tebow
We're doing a season-long NFL roundtable with our friends at Slate. Check back here each week as a rotating cast of football watchers discusses the weekend's key plays, coaching decisions, and traumatic brain injuries.

Report: Williams could follow Fisher (to Rams?) -

Eye on Football - Report: Williams could follow Fisher (to Rams?)